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Amicable Peaceable, friendly
Averse Having a deep- seated distaste; opposed, unwilling
Cursory Hasty, not thorough You’ll be if you only give your test one quick cursory look before handing it in
Duplicity Treachery, deceitfulness
Holocaust A large-scale destruction, especially by fire; a vast slaughter; a burnt offering much destruction
Impervious Not affected or hurt by; admitting of no passage or entrance
Im pet u s A moving force, impulse, stimulus forward
Quintessence The purest essence or form of something; the most typical example
Tepid Lukewarm; unenthusiastic, marked by an absence of interest
(adj.,part.) Associated, connected Oddly enough, these two were not affiliated with the International Assosciation of Conjoined Twins, or IACT.
(n.) an accomplishment, the act of achieving
(adj.) Forceful,convincing; relevant, to the point GIVE ME ALL YOUR MONEY!!!
(v.) to erase, obliterate, destroy
(adj.) having limits, lasting for a limited time
(adj.) spiteful, showing ill will Julius Caesar’s friends treated him with malevolence
(adj.) cool and confident, unconcerned. Chilling
(n.) a remedy for all ills; cure-all; an answer to all problems Synonyms: easy solution
(adj.) strange, mysterious, weird, beyond explanation
(adj.) knowing everything; having unlimited awareness or understanding
Noun -One who does good to others Antonym -malefactor
Adjective -Marked by honor, courtesy, and courage -Knightly Antonym - crude
Noun - Mercy, humaneness -Mildness, moderateness Antonym - harshness
Noun - A difference -Lack of agreement Synonym - difference
Adjective - Easily done to attained - Superficial - Ready, fluent -Easily shown but not sincerely felt Synonym - effortless
Adjective - Free from error -Absolutely dependable Synonym - unerring
Adjective - Causing a sharp sensation -Stinging, biting Synonym - caustic
Adjective - Neglectful in performance of one’s duty -Careless Synonym - negligent
Noun - Rashness -Boldness Synonym - recklessness Bold
Adjective - Sincere - Real -Without pretence Antonym - insincere
Brandish To wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion.
deft skillful, nimble
destitute Deprived of nescessities of life; lacking in.
explicit Definite, clearly stated.
extirpate To tear up by the roots; to destroy totally.
inopportune Coming at a bad time; not appropriate
officious Meddling; excessively forward in offering services or assuming authority.
pinnacle A high peak or point.
venal Open to or marked by bribery or corruption »=»=
Abhor (v) to regard with horror; to hate deeply Syn. Detest, Despise
Amend (v) to change in a formal way Syn. Modify, improve
Buffet (v) to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly Syn. Batter, sock
Chaos (n) great confusion, disorder Syn. Anarchy, turmoil
Corrosive (adj) eating away gradually, acid like Syn. Caustic, mordant
Discern (v) to see clearly, recognize Syn. Perceive, detect
Implicate (v) to involve in, to connect with or be related to Syn. Incriminate, entangle
Renegade (n) one who leaves a group, a deserter, outlaw Syn. Turncoat, defector
Squalid (adj) filthy, wretched Syn. Dingy, sordid, foul
Waive (v) give up voluntarily Syn. Decline, relinquish
Abhor (V.)-to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
amend (v.)-to change in a formal way; to change for the better
buffet (v.)- to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly;to drive or force with blows; to force one’s way with difficulty; (n.)-a slap,blow
chaos (n.)- great confusion, disorder
corrosive (adj.)- eating away gradually, acidlike; bitterly sarcastic
discern (v.)-to see clearly, recognize
implicate (v.)- to involve in; to connect with or be related to
renegade (n.)- one who leaves a group; a deserter, outlaw (adj.)- traitorous; unconventional, unorthodox
squalid (adj.)- filthy, wretched, debased
waive (v.)- to do without, give up voluntarily; to put off temporarily, defer
Animosity Strongly Dislike, Enmity
Apathy A Lack of Feeling or emotion
Apprehensive Fearful or anxious, worried, nervous
Commend To praise, express approval, entrust
Compatible Work well with, Harmonious, In agreement
Condolence Expression of sympathy
Consecrate To make sacred, Sanctify
Decrepit Worn-out, ruin, rickety
Obsolete Out of date
Omnivorous Eating all kinds of food, all devouring
Animosity Strong dislike, bitter hostility
Apathy A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
Apprehensive Fearful or anxious, especially about the future
Commend To praise, express approval: to present as worthy of attention; to commit to the care
Compatible Able to get along or work well together; of use with some other model or system
Condolence An expression of sympathy
Consecrate To make sacred, hallow; to set apart for a special purpose
Decrepit Old and feeble; worn out, ruined
Obsolete Out – of – date, no longer in use
Omnivorous Eating every kind of food; eagerly taking in everything having a wide variety of tastes
ALLOCATE To set apart or designate for a special purpose ; to distribute
CHASTISE To inflict physical punishment as a means of correction; to scold severely
DEVIATE To turn aside; to stray from a norm; one who departs from a norm; differing from a norm, heterodox, unconventional
EMACIATED Unnaturally thin
INDEMNITY A payment for damage or loss
INKLING A hint; a vague notion
OMNIPOTENT Almighty, having unlimited power or authority
PALATABLE Agreeable to the taste or ones sensibilities; suitable for consumption
POIGNANT Deeply affecting, touching keen or sharp in taste or smell
SPONTANEOUS Arising naturally; not planned or engineered in advance
Acquiesce You must acquiesce to your parents in order to get the car on Friday night.
Askew When my mom looked at me askew, I knew I had done something wrong.
Contentious Contentious people are not content with anything.
Covet It is immoral to covet another person’s husband or wife.
Disheveled Disheveled desks should be cleaned off with a shovel.
Lamentable Last semester was a lamentable one.
Misnomer The title of the story “Happy Ending” is a misnomer.
Profess They professed their undying love for each other.
Retribution You will wash the car every week this summer in retribution for throwing eggs at it.
Vanguard Quentin Terantino was considered a vanguard with his movie Reservoir Dogs.
Allude (V.) to refer to causally or indirectly Syn. Suggest, insinuate, hint at
Conclusive (adj.) serving to settle an issue Syn. Decisive, indisputable
disreputable (adj.) not respectable, not esteemed Syn. Disgraced, discreditable
Endemic (adj.) native or confined to a particular region or people Syn. Indigenous, restricted to
Exemplary (adj.) worthy of imitation, commendable, serving as a model Syn. Praiseworthy
Integrity (n) Honesty, high moral standards, Syn. Rectitude, probity
Misconstrue (v.) to interpret wrongly Syn. Misjudge, misinterpret
Placate (v.) to appease, soothe Syn. Satisfy, mollify, allay
Placid (adj.) calm peaceful Syn. Undisturbed, tranquil, quiet
Pretext (n.) a false reason, deceptive excuse Syn. Pretense, cover story
(n.) a cheerful readiness; brisk and eager action.
(n.) The direct opposite, a sharp contrast
(v.) to relieve, make more bearable.
(v.) to repeal, cancel
(v) To belittle, speak slightingly of; to undervalue.
Lively, sprightly, full of energy
(adj.) talkative, wordy, fond of talking
(adj.) required, obligatory
Brittany & Cody. Words Brittany. Animosity Apathy Apprehensive Commend Compatible Condolence Consecrate Decrepit Deride Ingenuous.
World Lit. Vocabulary Level E Unit 11.
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Despise, detest, hate abhor. decline, relinquish, give up waive.
Vocabulary Level E Unit 6. accede (verb) to give in to.
Vocabulary Unit 8 Flushed Away. Animosity The Toad felt nothing but animosity towards rats and mice because his former owner, Prince Charles, had replaced.
Unit 9. (v) To set apart or designate for a special purpose; to distribute Synonyms: assign, allot, apportion.
November 26, 2012 Get your paper ready for Unit 5 vocabulary. WordDefinition/synonymPicture/sentence Altruistic Assent Benefactor Chivalrous Clemency Dearth.
Suggest, hint at allude. skin-deep, near the surface superficial.
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Theme: Ratatouille. Remy is unwilling to accede to the notion that he must live his life in a sewer.
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